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Some error with phpdocx pro
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Posted by marcushjortsberg  · 26-06-2011 - 17:37

I am doing this

[code]require_once '../../classes/';

$docx = new CreateDocx();

$text = 'Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.';

$docx->addText($text, $paramsText);


but when the file is to be created I only get errors from my OFFICE WORD, it says that the file is damaged...

and if I do

[code]$docx = new CreateDocx();

$docx->addText('DOCX content');

$docx->addText('End DOCX content');


I get an error from my browser, "Fatal error: Class 'JBrowser' not found in /customers/ on line 176 "

(I am using Joomla, and this I am trying to put in a view, I have put it in controller before with success...I can't make any sence of this...)

Posted by marcushjortsberg  · 11-04-2013 - 12:13

Now I have some success...

Now I can send file to browser but there is still some errors...

If I open the file with word it's empty, if I open it with Open Office the same error shows but in the actual file as text...

[code]Fatal error: Class 'JBrowser' not found in /customers/ on line 176[/code]

Help much wanted!

Posted by admin  · 11-04-2013 - 12:13


JBrowser is not a phpdocx class, but a Joomla class defined in libraries/joomla/environment/browser.php. You should check your source code, seems there're some 'include' missing.

Test phpdocx standalone to veriffy it's correct implementation.


Posted by marcushjortsberg  · 11-04-2013 - 12:13

Yes, I have figured that out:)

But I have not yet got an answer from either the Joomla forum or Dioscouri teams.

I have a php package that makes PDF also in my component and that works just fine.
But with your package this problem appears and I can't figure out what happens...

Does your package call som function somewhere that JUGA also uses?